NoraGordonPaperJack Helbig in Chicago Reader says: “Chicago playwright Laura Jacqmin’s new play, receiving its world premiere, takes elements from Ibsen’s A Doll’s House—particularly the controlling husband and his increasingly assertive wife—and tells a contemporary tale of a young, white, upwardly mobile pair whose lives are overturned when their new do-gooder landlords evict them from their fabulous apartment in favor of a poor African-American couple. The result is a remarkable, slyly told meditation on gender and racial politics, and how genuinely hard it is to really make a difference.”

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